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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Macomb County restaurant Terry's Terrace announces a new vegan menu

Posted By on Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 10:05 AM

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  • Shang Hai Cauliflower

Terry's Terrace joined the growing number of metro Detroit restaurants that offer a wide selection of vegan options.

Chef TJ Newington tells Metro Times the Harrison Township spot is now offering a 15-item vegan menu after receiving some customer requests, and its sister restaurant — Ale Mary's Beer Hall — successfully launched a vegan menu.

"We always try our best to please our customers. There are not many vegan options in Macomb County so we decided to offer a separate vegan menu for our vegan guests," he says. "Our most popular items right now are a vegan cheese burger and our Shang Hai Cauliflower."

Macomb County is shorter on vegan menus than other metro Detroit counties, though it is home to The Clean Plate. Take a look at the menu below.

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